Learning it right from the start – part 1
I took my first computer programming class in 1973. It involved making pencil marks on Hollerith cards to create statements in BASIC. That led me to take a programming class the next school year. That class was an introduction to programming in FORTRAN. I was a high school junior and while I loved the class, […]
Private Cloud Course Beta Event
Scheduled for December 6th – 9th of this year is the beta testing event for Learning Tree’s Course 1215: Implementing a Private Cloud Solution: Hands-On. A “beta” event is where selected individuals attend, free of charge, a Learning Tree course that is currently in development. In return the attendees provide the course development team with […]
Learning Tree Private Cloud Course: What Do You Think?
We are in the early stages of development for our upcoming course title tentatively named “Building a Private Cloud: Hands-on”. The course will be written by Arnold Villeneuve. Yours truly will be on-board as a technical editor. That gives me the opportunity to blog about the course as it goes from inception through to first […]
A Guided Tour of our Cloud Computing Course
Last week I had the pleasure of teaching Learning Tree’s course 1200: “Cloud Computing Technologies a Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction”. The course was presented in our beautiful Alexandria Education Center. The people there do a wonderful job of catering to the attendees and the breakfasts and snacks are tasty and nutritious! The class was attended by a […]